Tuesday, May 02, 2017

In the City | April 2017

April 2017 in the city desert spirit's fire!

stained glass window heart at Glendale First Church immigration sanctuary workshop sign welcome place on Glendale campus

butterfly picture green butterfly yellow butterfly lighter butterfly another butterfly

Happy Birthday Vincent

sunflowers too starry starry night

• Immigration Sanctuary Workshop on Saturday 08 April sponsored by judicatory. As you can see, kids in the on-campus day school celebrated Vincent Van Gogh's birthday!

april 9 milkweed

• Milkweed in church window boxes on Route 66 in West LA blooms bright and yellow again!

hyde park library from across the street

hyde park library entryway

urban fiction book stacks

• Library Visit 1: Miriam Matthews Branch for the Hyde Park neighborhood

Triduum 2017

westwood hills church from street westwood hills UCC entryway table Maundy thursday chancel westwood hills UCC

• Maundy Thursday – evening "Soup Supper" and liturgy with our doubly – via A Formula of Agreement and because of proximity – ecumenical partner

good friday LCM sign with Route 66 traffic Friday to Saturday to Sunday

• Good Friday – Saturday – Anticipating Sunday

hanging white easter banners stained glass window reflection on chancel wall ready for brass quintet

• Saturday – decorating worship space for Easter Sunday. No Easter vigil for me this year.

easter day sign outside LCM easter palm and font looking toward chancel white ceiling banners on easter

• Day of Resurrection

earth day 2017 poster earth day 2017 profile picture

• Designs for Earth Day 2017 – we can give gifts of environmental and climate literacy to the earth: 11" x 8.5" poster that doubled well as FB cover photo without reformatting; profile pic.

subway restaurant 1972 in westwood on the way to westwood branch library

outside westwood branch library ten years westwood library in 2015

inside westwood branch library

• Library Visit 2: my first ever time in the LA public library in my old Westwood neighborhood. On the way I stopped at the Subway I frequented at least a couple times a week when I lived in the area.

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